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The Laurier CSASM is a forum for academics, students, business and industry to exchange ideas in order to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration in the area of computational science and applied & statistical modelling, and to help train high quality and employable students. 

It is  a seminar series that covers all areas of applied, industrial, and financial mathematics; computational physics, chemistry, and biology; mathematical, statistical, and computational models and tools as applied  in natural and social sciences, engineering, business and economics, the areas where a substantial progress is possible due to Computational Science and Applied & Statistical Modlling.

Laurier CSASM  Team: Ilias Kotsireas & Roderick Melnik (Seminar Series Co-ordinators); Maria Galego (CSASM Promotion);  Shohini Ghose (CSASM Publicity); Topic Co-ordinators from all CSASM disciplines;  email: csasm@wlu.ca


Contact us for your copy of the CSASM Brochure or download its electronic version from this site.

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The most extensive computation known has been conducted over the last billion years on a planet-wide scale: it is the evolution of life. The power of this computation is illustrated by the complexity and beauty of its crowning achievement, the human brain. --David Rogers


The whole history of physics proves that a new discovery is quite likely lurking at the next decimal place. --F.K. Richtmeyer

The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes. --Marcel Proust

Mathematical modeling is about rules - the rules of reality. What distinguishes a mathematical model from, say, a poem, a song, a portrait or any other kind of 'model', is that the mathematical model is an image or picture of reality painted with logical symbols instead of with words, sounds or watercolors. --John Casti